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John Woolcombe

John Woolcombe of Pitton in the parish of Yealmpton in Devon, was a Member of Parliament for Plymouth in Devon 1702–5, and served as Sheriff of Devon in 1711–12. He was the eldest son of John Woolcombe d.1690 of Pitton by his wife Thomasine Franc ...

List of Germany international footballers (5–19 caps)

The Germany national football team played its first international match on 5 April 1908 during the era of the German Empire, losing 3–5 to Switzerland in Basel. The team has been one of the most successful national sides in world football. They w ...

Tabard (disambiguation)

A tabard is a short coat which was a common item of mens clothing in the Middle Ages, and which has survived to the present day as the distinctive garment of officers of arms. Tabard may also refer to:

Green beret (disambiguation)

Green beret, a colour of military beret and a list of forces with green berets Green Berets, a special forces unit of the United States Army The green beret was the official headdress of the British Commandos of the Second World War. Green Berets ...

Katty Barry

Katty Barry was born in 1909 on Daltons Avenue, off the Coal Quay, Cork. Her father was John Barry. Her mother had a shop on Daltons Avenue, which became an eating house when Barry took over. The menu consisted of traditional Irish food, includin ...

Corus

Corus, a fictional world that is the setting for the fantasy series The Corean Chronicles by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.

Okunade v. Minister for Justice & Others

Okunade v. Minister for Justice & Others IESC 49 was an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court ruled that the disruption to family life was sufficient injustice to grant an interlocutory injunction to restrain deportation while the applicant ...

F9

Frontier Airlines, IATA code F9, an American low-cost carrier Fokker F.IX, a 1929 Dutch airliner Farrier F-9, a New Zealand trimaran sailboat Falconar F9A, a Canadian homebuilt aircraft design Grumman F9F Panther, a United States Navy fighter air ...

Basia (disambiguation)

Basia is a female first name, diminutive of Barbara. It may refer to: People: Basia Trzetrzelewska stage name Basia, Polish jazz singer-songwriter-producer Basia AHern, Australian actor Basia, a fictional girl appearing in the Polish National Ant ...

KSU

King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Kun Shan University in Tainan, Taiwan Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia Kahramanmaras Sutçuimam University in Kahramanmaras, Turkey Kazan State University in Kazan, Russia Kansas State Uni ...

BLD

BLD could refer to: Boulder City Municipal Airport, Nevada, United States; IATA airport code BLD Bharatiya Lok Dal, an Indian former political party Baildon railway station, England; National Rail station code BLD Blue Lambency Downward, an album ...

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (disambiguation)

International versions of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Afghan game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? British game show, the original series Who Wants to Be a Millionaire American game show and Who Wants to Be a ...

Yama Wolasmal

Yama Wolasmal is a Afghan-Norwegian news anchor. He was born in Kabul. His family fled to Pakistan when he was three months old, and came to Norway as refugees as few years later. He grew up in the Grunerlokka and Bjorndal neighborhoods of Oslo. ...

Bled Music

Bled Music was an Algerian TV show that aired on ENTV in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was produced by Aziz Smati and presented by Kamel Dynamite, Farid Le Rockeur and Samia Benkherroubi. It was the first show to air Raï music on Algerian te ...

Dear John

Dear John 2010 film, a film based on the Nicholas Sparks novel see below Dear John American TV series, a 1988–1992 American sitcom, originally based on the British show Dear John 1964 film, a 1964 Swedish film Dear John British TV series, a 1986– ...

The Morning Show

The Morning Show TV program, an Australian talk show hosted by Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies that airs on Channel Seven The Morning Show 1992 TV program, the original title for the 1992–2005 Australian morning television variety program, Good Mor ...

The show must go on (disambiguation)

The Show Must Go On play, a 1991 Japanese play by Koki Mitani "The Show Must Go On" McLeods Daughters, a musical episode of the highly popular Australian drama, McLeods Daughters "The Show Must Go On" Grimm, an episode of Grimm "The Show Must Go ...

Hrvatski (disambiguation)

In Serbo-Croatian, hrvatski is the masculine adjectival form meaning "Croatian", both in the plural and singular; it is hrvatska in the feminine singular and hrvatske in the plural. The word hrvatski is also used to refer to the Croatian language ...

Lu Jakelic

Lucija Jakelic, known professionally as Lu Jakelic, is a Croatian singer and songwriter. She rose to fame by participating in HRTs music show A strana. Jakelics debut album Sve o cemu sam sutjela reached number one on the Croatian Top of the Shop ...

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (season 7)

The seventh season of the television sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered on February 6, 2020 on NBC and concluded on April 23, 2020. It is the second season to air on NBC, after the series was cancelled on May 10, 2018 by Fox; the season consists ...

Mira quien baila (season 8)

The eighth season of Mira quien baila, also known as Mira quien baila All Stars premiered on Univision on January 12, 2020. The TV series is the Spanish version of British version Strictly Come Dancing and American version Dancing with the Stars. ...

Abaza

Abazinia, a region of Russia Abaza town, a town in the Republic of Khakassia, Russia Abaza Urban Okrug, a municipal formation into which the Town of Abaza in the Republic of Khakassia, Russia is incorporated

Business Today

Business Today may refer to: Business Today India, an Indian fortnightly business magazine Business Today Kenya, online news and information portal based in Nairobi, in Kenya Business Today Australian TV program, 2006–2014 Australian television p ...

Impossible

"Impossible", from the 2003 album Being Somebody by Liberty X "Impossible" Shontelle song 2010 "Impossible" Anberlin song 2010 "Impossible", from Rodgers and Hammersteins 1957 musical Cinderella "Impossible" Captain Hollywood Project song 1993 "I ...

Rough and Ready

Ruff and Ready Island Naval Supply Depot Stockton, California Rough and Ready, New York, a hamlet in the town of Greenwood Rough and Ready, Georgia present-day Mountain View, Georgia, an unincorporated community in Clayton County Rough and Ready, ...

Sofia Papaioannou

Sofia Papaioannou is a Greek journalist and television host. Since September 2013, Papaioannou has been a producer and host of Alpha TVs 360 Degrees, a Greek news magazine that covers an array of topics connected to Greek culture, politics, socia ...

Bachelorette (disambiguation)

A bachelorette is a term for an unmarried woman. Bachelorette may also refer to: Bachelorette, a Canadian term for a studio apartment "Bachelorette", a 1998 B-side song by American recording artist Tori Amos The Bachelorette, an American televisi ...

Flight 1

Flight 1 or Flight 001 may refer to: American Airlines Flight 1 1936, a Douglas DC-2 that crashed near Goodwin, Arkansas in 1936 en route from Memphis and Little Rock American Airlines Flight 1 1941, a Douglas DC-3 that crashed near Lawrence Stat ...

Thirty Days

30 Days TV series, a reality television program created by Morgan Spurlock 30 Days Philippine TV series, a 2004 Filipino reality show aired by GMA Network "Thirty Days" Star Trek: Voyager, an episode of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager

Thanksgiving (disambiguation)

Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated primarily in Canada, Central Africa, and the United States. Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving Day may also refer to: Thanksgiving Canada Thanksgiving United States

Big Brother 2008

Big Brother 2008 might refer to: Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack, the first series of the UK reality television show Big Brother UK Big Brother 9 U.S., the ninth season of US reality television series Big Brother US 2000- Big Brother Suomi 2008, th ...

To Tell the Truth (disambiguation)

To Tell the Truth is an American panel game show that debuted in 1956. To Tell the Truth may also refer to: To Tell The Truth LP 2007 album record by Jaymay "To Tell the Truth" Frasier episode, an episode of the television show Frasier, first bro ...

List of Jorels Brother episodes

Jorels Brother is a Brazilian animated television series created by Juliano Enrico and produced by Copa Studio for Cartoon Network Brazil since 2012. The series debuted on September 22, 2014, and is notable for being the first animated production ...

Nonstop

NonStop server computers, a fault-tolerant computer architecture by Tandem Computers later Compaq, now Hewlett-Packard NonStop SQL, relational database software by Tandem Computers later Compaq, now Hewlett-Packard UnixWare NonStop Clusters, a fa ...

Humanitas (disambiguation)

Humanitas may refer to: The Humanitas Programme, a series of Visiting Professorships at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge The word humanitas, created by Cicero to describe a good human Humanitas publishing house, a Romanian publishing hous ...

ROL

Rol may refer to: Rolleston railway station Henri Rol-Tanguy, French resistant, "Rol" used to be his nickname during WW2 Rol Cortishane, fictional character The Role, a 2013 Russian film by Konstantin Lopushansky Rol, village in Jayal tehsil, Nag ...

Mile High (disambiguation)

Mile High is a British television show about airline employees. Mile High may also refer to: Mile High club, an expression for people who have had sex in an airplane Mile-High Tower, a supertall skyscraper to be built in Saudi Arabia The Illinois ...

Hasta la vista (Hurricane song)

Hasta la vista is a song by Hurricane. It was chosen to represent Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, that has since been cancelled.

Oganj LRSVM M18

The LRSVM M18 Oganj is a modular self-propelled multiple rocket launcher developed in Serbia on 6x6 chassis. It can have 2 to 8 containers with different guided and unguided missiles.

No Limits

No Limits Singaporean TV series, a 2010 Singaporean Chinese-language drama series No Limits Australian TV series No Limits UK TV series, a 1985–1987 British television programme that aired on BBC Two NoLimits, a software package for rollercoaster ...

Zero Hero

Zero Hero may refer to: Zero Hero, a music collaboration group consisting of Darren Styles and Stonebank "Zero Hero", a 1962 short segment from Episode 2 of The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series "Zero Hero", a poem by Barry McSweeney The Zero Hero ...

I Do

I Do may refer to: "I do", a phrase used in some marriage vows; used by brides and grooms in response to questions posed by either the officiant or the other marriage partner

Deus ex machina (disambiguation)

Deus ex machina is a Latin term meaning "god from a device", and is used to indicate a person or event which provides a sudden, unexpected solution to a story. Deus ex machina may also refer to:

It Takes Two

It Takes Two 1982 film, a Hong Kong film directed by Karl Maka It Takes Two 1995 film, an American comedy starring Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen It Takes Two 1988 film, an American comedy directed by David Beaird

Kim Taylor (disambiguation)

Kim Taylor is an American singer-songwriter Kim Taylor may also refer to: Kimmie Taylor born 1989, English fighter with the Kurdish Womens Protection Units YPJ and the first British woman to join a female militia in Syria Kim Taylor educationalis ...

Uganda Film Festival Award for Best Actor in a Television Drama

The Uganda Film Festival Award for Best Actor in a Television Drama is an award presented annually by Uganda Communications Commission to a male actor for their outstanding acting in a television drama series in Uganda at the Uganda Film Festival ...

False Dreams

False Dreams is a Ugandan drama television series that premiered on DStv Ugandas Pearl Magic TV on 2 January 2020. The series stars Stellah Nantumbwe, Housen Mushema, Elizabeth Bwamimpeke and follows a group of friends from university that are st ...

Vamo Arriba

Vamo arriba is an Uruguayan daytime television show broadcast by Channel 4. It debuted on December 3, 2018 and is presented by Andy Vila, Gaston Gonzalez and Federico Paz. The program airs Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Curre ...

Arriba gente

Arriba gente is an Uruguayan morning television show that is broadcast on Channel 10 since February 8, 2010. It is presented by Humberto de Vargas, Danilo Tegaldo and Lorena Bomio. The program airs Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a. ...

Victoria Rodriguez (television presenter)

Victoria Rodriguez Arralde is an Uruguayan actress, presenter, translator and television figure. She is known for hosting Esta Boca es mia, a talk show broadcast by Teledoce, since 2008.